My lessons are efficient and we learn a great amount in a short time. You will be able to listen, read music, play with correct technique and more. Trinity and Rockschool grades one to eight to diploma are offered.
When teaching drums, I appreciate the need for individual learning methods, as no two people learn the same way. I am a very patient and practical teacher. I believe that mistakes are just a natural part of the learning process.
Just starting to play? From your very first lesson you’ll be playing grooves and fills on a full drum kit and building your abilities through the lessons at your own pace along to the music that you like to listen to and aspire to play. We’ll make sure that you’re developing good habits and techniques from day one.
Over the years of experience I've had, I felt hearing and feeling a piece of music really allows any musicians to learn without realising. Collecting musical ideas from various genres around the world is our source of information although everybody needs a guide. My primerial focus will always be on music and feel, technique and performance.
I am a professional drummer from Italy, based in London and my drum classes are perfectly suitable for beginners and advanced players. My methods are based on the main purpose of becoming a "musical" drummer who knows how to use the language of Music. I am a friendly person and I always enjoy the interexchange of information between me and students.
Achieved distinction (Grades 1-8) Trinity Guildhall. Able to teach but not limited to teaching using Rockschool or Trinity Syllabus if preferred). Here to centre the lessons around YOUR learning, where next to the necessary technical foundation I will help you find your creative voice to be able to thrive as a rounded, confident and disciplined musician.
Teaching from your place or my place also, wrist developing technics, study of the rudiments as a daily tool and as an indispensable resource for the rest of your life. Assorted rhythms, stretching, warming up, jamming, improvising, reading music .....
My teaching method is simple. I like to keep things fun and informative. Every lesson begins with warmup/technique, and then the lesson is open for whatever you need or want to learn. If need be, I can plan out the entire lesson as well. I think every student is different and should be treated individually.
I am a percussionist helping out beginners and intermediate level players, help develop rhythm and beat knowledge. I use very hand-on method with basic 4 beat count structure, no formal music education is required, just passion to learn. I have taught young kids and adults of all ages and am very flexible to provide maximum benefit.
I have taught many promising students and I cater each lesson specifically to the student, regardless of level. I try to make each lesson fun and always work around what the student's goals and ambitions are. I teach all ages.
my method of teaching is rather simple, would like to do both group and 1-1 teaching. I'm comfortable in both areas. In this case as a drummer instructor i would go through the names of the drums and cymbals.
Teaching is different to every individual as every individual learns in a different way. Tailored teaching allows the student to gain the most out of each session, leading to faster progression. I prefer a more practical and interactive approach towards teaching drums as I have found this to be the most effective.
I'm a passionate musician and full time music teacher in Strasbourg. The cornerstone of my teaching method is improvisation. I progressively add bricks of knowledge to expand the musical playground. I compose pieces (all styles) centered around particular theoretical concepts, and encourage students to add their own modifications as they go.
Nicolas Bastos, professional drummer in DAGOBA, L'ESPRIT DU CLAN CLAN (2005/2016), DEEP IN HATE (+ session for Aborted, Betraying the Martyrs, TANK ..
Have you always thought about learning to play drums? Free trial class for beginners.from level 0. You'll want more, for sure! If you keep the rhythm inside, take it out and enjoy this incredible feeling of letting go. Technique and body placement, knowledge of the instrument, coordination, reading, independence ... Different rhythms and styles.
Course pace West African (Djembe, dununs, Karignan), Afro-Brazilian (atabaques, Agogo etc. ..) Afro-Caribbean (congas, claves, bells etc ...) Oriental (Darbuka). Pedagogy adapted to the European public but based on African and Caribbean bases. Authentic work polyrhythms & Malinke songs and Yoruba. Working from first principles. Work of improvisation. Training from beginner to professional.
Mine is an initially cognitive approach to the tool, starting from the material, up to its possible stamps. I am willing to follow the approach that the students consider most effective, but certainly we must work a lot on listening, on imitation, on the analysis of the various musical phrases.
The most important thing in the classes is to be able to teach the student how to discover the functioning of the rhythm in different genres of music. My methodology was presented in my thesis at the Dublin Institute of Technology in Dublin, Ireland and it was very well accepted. Since then, my students have been following him and learning a lot about it.
Individual students deserve individual curriculum for teaching; I feel it is important to have a student first excited and engaged before extensive theory.
my teaching is on instrumental, base on theory, i approach every student one on one format, firstly ill explain about the instrument to beginners and and then go to practicing pads with the basic strokes and fills with the count
The method is simple, use the weaknesses of your game to make strengths. By force of rigor and judicious examples to apply the theory, nothing is impossible. I consider rhythmic reading as an asset (almost) essential to progress, and am able to quickly make you understand a written method, but also advise you to write your own sentences.
Scott's teaching methods draw from many world drumming traditions. Learning how to speak rhythms and internalize them is an eastern approach from the Arabian and Indian percussive traditions. Western traditions of drumming notation are included for modern/ contemporary music performance.
My teaching method is based in proper hand and stick technique. Technique means freedom. Also we will be learning traditional West African and Latin rhythms , and their function, covering tuning , timing and soloing. We will also be focusing on modern applications and rhythmic approach.
I primarily teach private lessons, but am open to a group setting. My lessons are very tailored to an individual's needs: once I've assessed someone's playing I have a very good idea of what they need to do to become a well-rounded player.
I'm a singer, guitarist and songwriter in full activity shows and concerts for thirty years. Over the past decade, I transmit my experience and knowledge through: musical awakening for toddlers, guitar for beginners from 7 to 88 years and percussion (rhythm) which is in my opinion the essential the musical balance.
I base my lessons on personal growth and FUN! While it does take the basics to learn and grow, I believe music should ultimately be fun. So while exercises will be a part of the lessons we will also take time to learn songs you want to learn so I can help break down songs so you learn thing you want to learn.
I teach staff notation.I will start from the basics and prepare the students for grade exams.
My method is based on my experience with teaching and observation that I received in Africa. Then I have adapted this teaching to any audience, that is a person who does not know anything about music or musicians who already have experience. The technique is studied to get a good sound and gain speed and power, it is: _ posture, movements and positions of the hands and fingers.
I use what knowledge the student has and approach the teaching in a way that suits their learning. Following the rules and methods of music is a must if they wish to become a musician.
Graduating at the Saint Louis Conservatory of Rome, I teach drum lessons for all ages and all kinds of music. The program, which can be customized according to the needs and age of the student, will cover the following topics: -Architecture on the instrument - Rhythmic and rhythmic solfice - Artistic independence - Technique -Timing-endurance- Development of the hand and left foot.
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